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    Thanks Fariborz, either they missed it in case of Iraqi player, or the this is the rule, but from what i remember the rule should be like 2 two matches for a direct red, unless it was changed.

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    I don't think it was intentional or was it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iran-Esteghlal-Inter View Post
    I don't think it was intentional or was it ?
    At first it doesn't look intentional but looking at the replays, it definitely looks like he is seeking the Korean player with his kick. Looks totally unnatural to step on another player like that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bache Tehroon View Post
    At first it doesn't look intentional but looking at the replays, it definitely looks like he is seeking the Korean player with his kick. Looks totally unnatural to step on another player like that.
    I watched the game again and I came up with the same conclusion. At first, I thought it was unintentional and Ezzatollahi deserved a yellow and a warning. After reviewing it, I changed my stance and believe that was 100% intentional. I mean come on man his foot magically landed on the Korean player's head, he knew what he was doing. It was a dumb and selfish move that could have cost us a point but we got away with it. Again, I am just hoping he is only suspended for the Syria game because they can go back and review it.

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    Ghiasi was saying it was not intentional. And i don't think it was. Anyway as Ghasi also mentioned it Korean player deserved a yellow at least(when his hand intentionally touched Saeid face, and we probably wouldn't see Saeid incident as referee was supposed to whistle right after Korean player foul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babr View Post
    Ghiasi was saying it was not intentional. And i don't think it was. Anyway as Ghasi also mentioned it Korean player deserved a yellow at least(when his hand intentionally touched Saeid face, and we probably wouldn't see Saeid incident as referee was supposed to whistle right after Korean player foul.
    Korean players were using their taekwondo techniques playing football ,this was not the only time ,all through the game they hit our players with their elbows ,head butts and got away with iot every time while on at least two occasions our players were panelised playing the ball . I don't Saeed meant that stamp ,he was holding his face when he came down .

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    Overall ezatollahi was stupid to act that way with his red but I honestly think that the Korean guy deserved red for deliberately poking his eye , secondly it shows that Australian refs are absolutely ****. I agree Koreans played well but man I lost count how many times the ref didn't give us any fouls!!!!!!!!!!!


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